Two Czech climbers rescued from mountain in western Georgia

Posted on August 23, 2013 • Filed under: Eurasia, Tourists Injured, Tourists Rescued reports that two Czech tourists were rescued in Georgia, one of whom had become traumatised at a height of 2200 metres in the mountainous area of Svaneti (Western Georgia). One of the tourists became petrified on the hillside of the Chatini Mountain and was unable to move. The other tourist managed to contact Operations Control Centre on ’112′ after which a special unit was sent to search for them. Read article

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